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  • Wylder coat in the centre, with the grinning griffins for supporters, and flaunting scrolls all round, and the ominous word 'resurgam' underneath, proclaimed itself sadly and vauntingly over the great entrance.

    Wylder's Hand

  • "resurgam" you see there engraved round it, and by Jove! it did bring me up.

    Wylder's Hand

  • Augustine wanted to counter claims that Rome had been weakened by adopting Christianity, but as our computer tournaments made clear, great empires are destined to decline and fall: it was more a case of delapsus resurgam—when I fall I shall rise—and vice versa.

    SuperCooperators

  • Wylder; but the Wylder coat in the centre, with the grinning griffins for supporters, and flaunting scrolls all round, and the ominous word ‘resurgam’ underneath, proclaimed itself sadly and vauntingly over the great entrance.

    Wylder's Hand

  • The Wylders of Brandon appear very early in history; and the Wylder arms, with their legend, ‘resurgam,’ stands in bold relief over the great door of Brandon Hall.

    Wylder's Hand

  • So I got the “resurgam” you see there engraved round it, and by Jove! it did bring me up.

    Wylder's Hand

  • I told you at Lucknow — resurgam — I shall rise again and you shall not know me.

    Kim

  • I told you at Lucknow -- resurgam -- I shall rise again and you shall not know me.

    Kim

  • I write resurgam on labels, and put them wherever bulbs lie buried, or such herbaceous treasures as die down, and are, in consequence, too often treated as mere mortal remains of the departed, by the undiscriminating hand of the jobbing gardener.

    Mary's Meadow; and Letters From a Little Garden

  • S. Martin's little summers, and, like the amusing American I told you of, "turned away writing resurgam on the gate-post."

    Mary's Meadow; and Letters From a Little Garden

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